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and in the end, she stood up for what she believed in. >>> also, rudy giuliani. why he calls margaret thatcher one of the great leaders of the 21st century. i'll ask him about her and his thoughts on north korea and guns in america. >>> plus, president obama's emotional plea. will this be the moment that changes the gun debate? >> this is about doing the right thing for all the families who are here that have been torn apart by gun violence and all the families going forward so we can prevent this from happening again. >>> good evening. this is "piers morgan live." when word came today that margaret thatcher had died, there was one person i knew i had to talk to tonight. that was tony blair. we'll get to my exclusive with him in just a few minutes. >>> but we begin tonight with something we talked about a lot on this show. a subject that has managed to cause as much sadness, anger and outrage as guns. president obama agrees and tonight is in connecticut just a few miles from newtown. he said just that. >> if you believe that the families of newtown and aurora and tucson and virginia tech and t
'll talk to rudy giuliani in a moment. >>> first, let's go to cnn's da deborah feyerick with the very latest on the boston bombings. bring us up to date. >> reporter: first of all, we're being told that agents from both the fbi and the atf have been looking very closely at the bomb components. they have laid them out on a table looking at them individually and they compared everything they had with bombs made by "inspire" magazine. they found them to be virtually the same. the explosive that was used in this particular explosive -- this particular bomb was a firework powder. that was the explosive that was used, the switch that was used involved a circuit board. also, we are being told that dozens of agents, more than 50 agents from fbi, massachusetts state police, as well as cambridge police, they are at the new bedford landfill, knee deep in garbage. one of the things they're looking for is dzhokhar tsarnaev's computer. the computer was not found in his dorm room where they believed it was supposed to be. they are also looking for a black backpack which they believe tsarnaev may hav
york city mayor rudy giuliani will be with us here on the set and senator joe manchin will join us to discuss the vote in the senate today on his backgrounds check bill. best selling author and journalist and war correspondent sebastian junger is up next. >> a very well known name emerging at the top of the polls for the new york city mayor's race. >> number two. >> number two. >> i wouldn't go to the bank with that just yet. >> we are just going to keep -- >> why not? >> why not? >> work with us, steve! >> who that shocking, shocking -- >> are you for anthony? >> we will tell you who that name is if steve rattner doesn't completely destroy our tease. first, let's go to weather. >> dylan dreyer has a check on the forecast. >> good morning. we are looking at pretty big storm system moving across the country. it's just a cold front but out ahead of it, we have severe storms. back behind it, we have more snow and it looks like we could end up with another 6 to 12 inches of snow as it does start to increase across parts of south dakota and nebraska. you see western and central nebraska
. former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani, will join us, get his reaction and insights in the wake of yesterday's bombing at the boston marathon. >> also coming up, the ceo of fedex, fred smith is with us. we'll take you live to fedex headquarters in memphis and get his outlook for the global economy. >> that and much more coming up on the "closing bell." it's as simple as this. at bny mellon, our business is investments. managing them, moving them, making them work. we oversee 20% of the world's financial assets. and that gives us scale and insight no one else has. investment management combined with investment servicing. bringing the power of investments to people's lives. invested in the world. bny mellon. with fidelity's new options platform, we've completely integrated every step of the process, making it easier to try filters and strategies... to get a list of equity options... evaluate them with our p&l calculator... and execute faster with our more intuitive trade ticket. i'm greg stevens and i helped create fidelity's options platform. it's one more innovative reason serio
committee, mike mccaul. and we'll get analysis from former new york mayor rudy giuliani, and former homeland security secretary tom ridge. but that was not the only story this week. there was also the senate's failure to strengthen gun control laws. >> all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> schieffer: we'll hear this morning from the newtown victims' families. >> my mom was not scared in the halls of sandy hook. they should not be scared to cast a vote to protect millions of people. >> schieffer: it was a week of lows and highs. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ >> schieffer: and we'll cover it all because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and gps're gbility are argoodmorning, and h boston police commissioner ed davis. i know you told reporters earlier this morning, that you can't speck plate on the motives of these two young men, but can i ask you this-- were they planning other acts after the bombs they set off at the marathon? >> i personally believe they were. i personally
to bring in former new york mayor rudy giuliani, cnn national security analyst fran townsend, our senior legal analyst, jeffrey toobin also here, security consultant jeff beatty, veteran of the fbi and cia counterterrorism. also former massachusetts homeland security adviser julia heim, and national correspondent john king. mayor giuliani, let me start with you. a remarkable end to all of this. obviously the investigation continues, the wheels of justice move forward. but your thoughts tonight upon what you witnessed over the last 24 hours and all week long. >> well, i think the ending tonight which is really the end to the beginning was about as good as we could expect, right? the fact that he was captured, captured alive. possibility there to gather more information. law enforcement operated, as the president said, at the highest level you could possibly imagine. they worked together. seemed to all be seamless. i think this -- this part of it has in some ways given us some good news after all of the terrible news earlier in the week. >> also the role played by citizens, citizens here i
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of 9/11. today rudy giuliani, with his message to the people of boston. new concerns bombings like the ones in boston would be carried out in other american cities. the new threat of ieds at home as the fbi hunts for a killer or killers. >> we will go to the ends of the earth to identify the subject or subjects who are responsible for this despicable crime and we will do everything we can to bring them to justice. can you start the day the way you want? can orencia (abatacept) help? [ woman ] i wanted to get up when i was ready, not my joints. [ female announcer ] could your "i want" become "i can"? talk to your rheumatolost. orencia reduces many ra symptoms like pain, morning stiffness and the progression of joint damage. it's helped new ra patients and those not helped enough by other treatments. do not take orencia with another biologic medicine for ra due to an increased risk of serious infection. serious side effects can occur inuding fatal infections. cas of lymphoma and lung cancer have been reported. your doctor if you are prone to or have any infection like an open sore or
on this issue. we'll talk more later in the show with former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. bill: looking forward to that coming up here. meanwhile the feds want to talk to the widow of the suspect, tamerlan. she is mother of 3-year-old daughter between the two. the her lawyer said talks are underway with the feds how to proceed with that. he revealed on the last day tamerlan was home when his wife left for work. martha: well the officers who capturedded dzhokhar tsarnaev are speaking about the final moments of that man punt. newly-released of infrared video, this is the most amazing pictures. this is what they see from the cameras in the chopper. clearly you see there is something in that boat. the police finally closed in to rip away the boat's cover. the transit police officers who captured tsarnaev say they were glad they were to get that search finally over with that night. >> we just wanted to get him into custody and have the situation come to an end. we don't feel relief or anything because the scene is not clear yet. >> you really don't have time to be afraid. maybe once we get t
giuliani, we actually thought it would be a scenario of hillary clinton versus rudy giuliani again like in the senatorial deal before he pulled out. >> i remember that. >> i look for her, not only to raise enough money if she does run, but i look for her to dry up other money sources. look, the big bundlers are going to go towards her. they really like her. another sector is the women. >> that's hard, too, only because you build up high expectations and you've got to deliver on these off the chart expectations. if you don't, you come up shy, you drag the race out, you know, another candidate emerges who is doing better than thought, could be a different game being couldn't it? >> well, i mean, it all depends on who will be her running mate and what she does and i mean, the gop on our side, we're going to throw out some fresh meat that's going to be really spectacular because we have a lot of young guns, we have a lot of fresh ideas and good people on our party that we can throw up against that. you know, hillary -- >> it's all how the economy is doing, isn't it? >> absolutely. >> you ca
like this is like, former new york mayor rudy giuliani. you can forget him after america's darkest hours. he rallied a city and worked tirelessly to get the city and people back on its feet. i 130 with the mayor about the latest developments and what this means for this investigation. joining us now former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. how are you? >> good it see you. >> it would be foolish if we don't look at the ricin mail as connected, right? >> i was taught you investigate by not excluding coincidences. when you have a coincidence, it's probably connected. if it isn't, you can find out. all of a sudden getting something like in this sent to the united states senate, you have to start wondering, is this something being triggered here, something going on? it may turn out not to be so but it's would recollect investigating it from that point of view. >> we have all this break news tonight and i'm not sure how to interpret it. but good news i think in terms of the investigation. waga, our affiliate out of atlanta, has what they believe is the pressure cooker that they got the
. >> rudy giuliani on the phone there. we'll have more. we've got the latest from boston coming up as well as that ricen scare that hit capitol hill and the white house earlier today. >> i found that very helpful, what he said. >> a former federal prosecutor would know how the procedure works there and it's possible, as he said, that they have somebody that they're talking to, somebody may have seen that person walking through the door, they took it to be a suspect that may have been about ready to be arrested. and that may be the reason that they leaked that to the press. but i remember the words of former "wall street journal" editor paul steiger, who told his troops for years and years, when you have a big story, get the story first, but get it right, but get it first, but get it right. >> right. it >> it's a balance. >> the industrials lower by about 123 points, we've got about 37 minutes left before the close. we'll be back in a moment. ♪ [ female announcer ] you're the boss of your life. in charge of long weekends and longer retirements. ♪ ask your financial professional how linc
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, didn't he? >> i want to listen to something that rudy giuliani and dana perino said, this was before this, this was a common chant among republicans. let's listen to this. >> we had no domestic attacks under bush. we had one under obama. >> we did not have a terrorist attack on our country during bush's term. >> richard, they would say this. they would say this repeatedly and they weren't putting in any clarifation about 9/11. they actually were saying it that way. and that's the thing they're trying to drill into the public. none under president bush. except the biggest one in history. >> they accept that. and you know, it's one thing to try and spin the public, as dana perino did pretty successfully, and know that it's spin and it's another thing to believe your own spin. just because you say something over and over again does not mean it's true. and by the way, if they actually believed their own storyline, you couldn't just say that 9/11 came out of nothing. it wasn't a total surprise because in their narrative, bill clinton and by extension, all democrats, somehow lost the plot.
. that was senator lindsey graham. joining us now is rudy giuliani. you were listening to the senate are there. you were nodding your head. >> yes. stuart: let me jump in. this man is a u.s. citizen. is it legit or the executive branch of our government to say, i do not care if you are and i american citizen, you are in enemy combatant, you do not get a lawyer. >> what they would take out a bus station in new york, would they be an american citizen? no. they would be prosecuted in american courts. there was prosecution of a man who alleged to be an american citizen. they said to heck with that. you went to war with the united states. he was executed within three months. there are very strong laws for the fact of whether you are an american citizen or not, you joined a war with the united states, it changes. he has the clerk war against us. how close of a connection was this to al qaeda? i think those are tough questions. i hope the administration approaches this kind of with a legal mind, not a political rights. i would like to push everything in the direction of enemy combatant, if we can get ther
. coming up in this half hour we'll ask former new york city mayor rudy giuliani how to prevent these attacks and how to respond when they happen and the people of boston responded by opening their homes and hearts to the victims. we'll show you some of these acts of kindness this morning. right now we go back to norah o'donnell in boston. >> that's right, charlie. there are many incredible acts of kindness that happened in the aftermath and just even talking to many of the people as we were setting up this morning you see some of the people who ran the marathon yesterday coming out to see what's going on. a lot to tell you about this morning. also, we should update you that authorities are looking for suspects and a motive in yesterday's double bombing. a person of interest is under guard at a local hospital and last night police searched his apartment in nearby revere. the two bombs exploded within seconds of each other near the boston marathon finish line near where we are standing this morning. at least three people were killed including an 8-year-old boy.
from former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and we'll speak with police commissioner ray kelly. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thank you for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,, and i'm elizabeth wenger. he morning off. >>> good morning. it's tuesday, april 16. good to have you with us. >> michelle has this morning off. >> how about weather out of the chute? do we have a nice day? >> yesterday was very windy, today breezy but not as windy. skies are mostly clear, in the 40s, warmer days ahead. we'll talk about that coming up. >>> the bridge commutes are wide open at the bay bridge toll plaza, golden gate commuting we have the usual road work that has shut down a couple lanes through 5:00, we'll have the wrap-up in a few minutes. >> nice and early. >> it is. >>> it is 4:30. a search want served in connection with the deadly bombing at the boston marathon. investigators carried a number of bags from a home in a suburb of revere, massachusetts, outside boston. three people are dead from two explosions near the finish line. cbs reporter susan mcginnis h
time. former new york mayor rudy giuliani said that it's like searching for a needle in a hay stack. 1 million people being told to stay near their homes. greater area of boston. >> let's go to the straight of the heart of what bertha was talking about. scott is live on the ground there. we heard earlier, scott. >> that's right. it is difficult to tell exactly what they are doing all morning long. they are searching by air. they are searching on the ground. they have entered homes there is a lot of evidence as well. to take you back to yesterday afternoon, the release of the photos of the two brothers that were taken from cameras at the finish of the marathon, it seems to be, at least if you follow the progression of events that that's what flushed them out. i could hear the sirens as people raced to the scene here. that's when you know it was not just an incident. the authorities say they are, as you said, 60% or so done with searching the area. i guess now in the next half hour or so. interesting to note that in that last briefing. they quickly have a lot of their hands. >> amtrak ha
deserve a debate on the floor. rudy giuliani on piers morgan say yes, people deserve a debate on the floor. what is this? what is stridriving the divisio among be republican lawmakers. >> they are experiencing different pressures. rand paul from kentucky, leading the effort to have a filibuster, and on the other, have you john mccain, peter king and, of course, they there are republican who's feel that way, but maybe aren't saying it, there shouldn't be a filibuster. some republicans, biggest concern may be a primary from the right. you know, rand paul, for instance, could be concerned about that. even mitch mcconnell. if they come out, say they will allow something -- a gun bill to move forward, they could face a challenge from the right that could be successful. so on the other hand, have you people like john mccain, even if ultimately some of the folks aren't going to want to vote for a gun bill, it doesn't sit well with constituents that it wouldn't even be allows to come up, so they are trying to take a more measured approach. democrats hope to enlist the help of people like senator m
didn't do it, rudy giuliani stepped in. so the whole country was waiting for him to come on the television for those first couple of weeks, because you didn't see the president. and i think president obama has learned the lesson that you do have to speak early, speak often, speak confidently and i'm glad he's kind of cautious, to be honest with you. i know sometimes there's a fetish in american for sort of bellicose language. it makes us feel we're going to get whoever did it but when you don't know who did it, there's not a lot of bellicose language that's useful. it's more useful to find out who did it, to be methodical, find out what's happening. and i think the mashed obama is one of the reason he is got elected, he's a stable, measured presence. it's important that he do that, but also be present. >> michael before we let you go, there's demand for answers, a lot of pressure on naming a suspect. but in the end, i mean this could take a considerable amount of time. you think about the anthrax attack, post 9/11. the answers around that remain sort of hazy to this day.
and your time in law and just speaking with rudy giuliani earlier today about what he is reflecting on after this tragedy here in boston, and the terrorist activity on monday afternoon, what he will tell you, the first 24 hours are always the most critical because that's when you seize your evidence and that's when you lock it down. and you hope that authorities here in boston have done just that in the first 24 hours. then it goes to, you know, how do you identify these individuals on these photographs? how do you find them in is there any history of them here in the city of boston? and the commonwealth of massachusetts? how do you get a name? who do you go to to figure out where they live or what their background is? all this is an open-ended issue tonight. >> of course, at this late date, they closed down logan to make sure nobody went to the airport and took off. they did that. but by now they could have driven to montreal or newark and hopped on an international flight. you could be far away tonight. >> or perhaps you are in an apartment building a few miles outside of boston a
answer what you see in new york city when rudy giuliani was elected. .. from when you said earlier, i want the government to be smaller, but i still want to mike entitlements than i paid into. do you believe there is the ability it changed that basic rhetoric due to the truth of you paid into it, but it's not yours because it has already been spent somewhere else. and, you know, that -- >> it's not an investment. i think the perception of entitlements are earned in some way and that the money belongs to you is a difficult thing to combat, but what i would say is, it is not really a choice between whether we're going subs remain on thomas or question of whether we gradually and intelligently or whether we're going to wait until we actually have problems bang of the benefits and we have to do things in a sort of drastic, blunderbuss, sequestrations' i'll wait to deal with these problems. i think most americans would rather contemplate some kind of structure reforms go even if they're difficult to understand than the ira you and trust fund coming due. >> thank you. >> banks are much. [ap
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around and around with marco rubio on and others. rudy giuliani came on my radio show yesterday and i asked him directly, bill, will the triggers in this bill lead to meaningful enforcement? he said the word no, i think five or six times no, no, no, no, and no. >> tighten the border if there is is a certified certain criteria and you have those ids for the people who employ illegal aliens they can't ploy people that have them why would that be better? >> first of all, the laws that are on the books now that are supposedly less stringent than those laws are not being uniformly enforced. we know that janet napolitano is being sued by the ice union head, 7,000 members in this border patrol union. ice union, telling them not to follow the law given janet napolitano's past on immigration enforcement. given holder suing alabama and arizona on border enforcement issues, are are we going to think in 2014 when we are up in a midterm election after this law passes, it does, that we are not going to have the president knap say well, these restrictions are really we are looking at them again and
. joining us now to react is rudy giuliani. mr. mayor good, to see you. i don't like the weaponry they v i don't know if our response is up to what it needs to be in case this in fact happens. >> i think our intelligence is lacking and this is no fault of this administration this, has been the most ice yol yaited regime in the world. this guy and his father have done the best job of cutting their people off from the world. better than cuba and anything in iraq in the old days or iran. i think our level of intelligence, we've got to guess a lot here. it's hard to know who is in charge. is he in charge? doing this to impress generals? are the generals telling him to do it? which is it? >> sean: the daughter of his grandfather has great influence as well. >> right. we don't know internals here, they never did what the old -- remember so farrits would line up and you can tell who was in charge by where they stood. they never do that. >> sean: one of the things we're watching here and we're going to monitor is if he does this, what are we going to do? >> got to be swift and strong. got to be a
, the process worked. >> dana, appreciate the reporting. thank you very much. joining me right now live is rudy giuliani. mr. mayor, i appreciate you being with us. i'm just wondering, you obviously had experience with a city that's come under attack. this is the kind of attack the big cities have been on the lookout for and really concerned about for years now. what do you make of where this investigation is? >> well, this is the kind of attack that i thought and i think many of us did thought was going to happen quite frequently after september 11th. i think we have to say we're fortunate for being able to stop so many of them. i think the government's done a good job of interrupting many of these attacks that could've taken place. this one is really horrible. horrible because of the death of a young child and the other fatalities that took place, the injuries. the reality that no matter how hard you try, no matter how good of a job you do, and i have no doubt that the boston police did a great job in policing the marathon. these people, whoever they are, can get through. and we don't know ye
to take a path that is the path of least resistance. >> new york mayor rudy giuliani says look for more surveillance cameras at these types of events. >> these cameras are really necessary in the world that we live in. and if anything useful comes out of this horrible, horrible technology, it should be that we have to realize that this is not something we can just with come pla complacent about. >> security consultants who look at these types of events say that the entire calculus of protecting a marathon has changed. >> what we're going to find in the months ahead is that races will be done differently. they'll start looking at how do you better secure the start and the finish? and they'll have to do that within the context of taking control of the perimeter. >> again, the next fbi briefing or the joint briefing coming up at the top of the hour. we'll have full details. stay with cnbc. maria, back to you. >> thank you so much, scott cohn. joining me now is retired general, barry mccaffrey. he staugt international security studies at west point. he now heads his own consulting firm and
. thank you very much. joining me right now live is former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. mayor, i appreciate you being with us. you obviously have experience with a city that's come under attack. this is the kind of attack that big cities have been on the lookout for and really concerned about for years now. what do you make of where this investigation is? >> well, you know, this is the kind of attack that i thought, and i think many others did, was going to happen quite frequently after september 11. i think we first have to say that we're fortunate we've been able to stop so many of them. i think the government has done a good job of interrupting many of these attacks that could have taken place. this one is really horrible. horrible because of the death of a young child. the other fatalities that took place, the injuries, the reality that no matter how hard you try, no matter how good a job you do, and i have no doubt the boston police did a great job in policing the marathon, these people, whoever they are, can get through. and we don't know yet what this is. is it idealogical
. >> former mayor rudy giuliani in office during the 9/11 attacks weighed in on "morning joe," saying people need to give investigators more time to come up with answers. >> i think that impatience with the investigation is a little misplaced. i was in london the day of the bombing and back in 2005, it took a while to catch those people and they have maybe three times the surveillance cameras that we have. >> also today, mourning the victims. vigils and new details emerging about those killeded in the bombing and others still fighting for their lives. >> initially, we had 10 or 11 that we considered critical. now, we have two. they are still critically ill and most patients are making good progress. we'll not be happy until they're home. will not be satisfied. >> we have all angles covered today from the new details on the bombs themselves to the investigation to the rallying across this country. for boston. but we start with msnbc national investigative correspondent, michael isakoff, who is live in boston. michael, we have some video from invest garretts gators from moments ago. what are t
incidents like this we've actually had since september 11th. you know, back then, folks like rudy giuliani, who has been saying that again, this week, there is an expectation there could have been more follow-on terrorist attacks and richard clark, former counterterrorism fibl for both the bush and clinton white houses wrote this chilling piece that i talked about in the column today. outlining just how vulnerable we are as a free society. not to very sophisticated attacks like 9/11, but very low tech ways that we can be disrupted. at shopping mools, at trains and subways and so, when you think about how scary the potential is, in a real sense, in a big picture we have been very lucky these last 10 or 12 years it hasn't been worse. and obviously that's due to the great dedication of a lot of our military. a lot of our intelligence. and police professionals, and probably a little bit of luck. >> matt, you make that point and the counterterrorism backs that up. we've had fewer incidents in the decade after 9/11 compared to the decade before. why don't people know that? >> i think there proba
-mails and agrees with rudy giuliani, who suggested that maybe they were talking to somebody, but they didn't want to officially arrest that person for miranda reasons, and may have been where this misinterpretation came from. do you think that they may be talking to somebody at this point? >> i'm sure they're talking to a lot of folks. you've got a lot of investigators working on this, and they're going in multiple paths as bob just said, you're looking at trying to collect as much information as quickly as you can. you're looking at two different scenarios here. one, we're looking at one in which they're trying to identify the suspect for an arrest. the other, we're trying to protect against subsequent potential attacks. so investigators have to move fast. they're going to be have been careful with the evidence they collect, but there'll be a lot of misinterpretation of the data they're gathering by folks on the outside. so it's understandable that things like this will happen. >> and i gather, bob, you have been talking a lot since you and i last spoke on wednesday. >> i sure have. >> thank you
york city police commissioner saying they were headed to times square armed with six bombs. rudy giuliani. >> greta: no doubts thoughts about the threats of going to times square your old stomping grounds as mayor. >> predictable. new york is a major target. it looks like it was according to at least the original information a spontaneous decision. once they knew they were going to be caught it was kind of the end game. they were escaping and going to do one more bombing in times square. always unfortunately a target, as worried me every new year's eve going back to even way before september 11th we were always concerned about terrorist attacks during the new year's eve celebration. made tremendous preparations to it try to' void it and in 2000 almost canceled it because of some not quite specific but you pretty dangerous threats about times square. >> greta: there is some surveillance cameras in times square but surveillance cameras allow you to catch the person. not necessarily to prevent the crime, to prevent the bombing. that is the problem. >> one thing that ray kelly and mi
in new york city when rudy giuliani was elected, republicans will win elections only when democratic corruption and government so bad that somebody needs to come in and temporarily clean up the possess. and then once that crisis is past, a center-left or even left of that majority will reassert its prominence. >> one more question. >> going off of the entitlement rhetoric, do you believe that it's possible to change the discussion from when you said earlier i want the government to be smaller -- >> right. >> -- but i still want my entitlements that i paid into. >> right. >> do you believe there's the ability to change that basic rhetoric into the truth of you paid into it, but it's not yours because it's already been spent somewhere else, and, you know, that's -- >> i think -- >> it's not an investment. >> right. i think the perception that entitlements are earned in some way and that the money belongs to you is a difficult thing to combat. but what i would say is it's not really a choice between whether we're going to rein entitlement spending in some way or whether we're not. it's
but remember mayor rudy giuliani. he went on "saturday night live" after 9/11 and told new yorkers it's okay to laugh again. >> the tricky part is finding the right moment. for a president it's even trickier. tonight conan o'brien will be the comedian but there will be only one president in the room. people will be looking to him to find the right note. it's no easy thing. but i'm sure in the white house they've been trying to figure this out all week long and i'm sure they went back and read president clinton's 1995 speech he did deliver and write himself to the white house correspond's dinner and i encourage people to go and look it up because it's a stirring speech. i'm sure that in the white house they've reread it. experienced those tingles and goose bumps. >> we have 12 hours or so. i'm sure it will be a great speech. mark "cats" grekatz. >> the boston bombing questions still unanswered. that's next. >> in my first term i sang rain. my second term i'm going with young jeezy. michelle said yeah. i sing that to her sometimes. want to save on electricity? don't use it. live like they did
happens to be mayor of new york city, at one of the most calamitous moments in american history, rudy giuliani joining us right now. mayor, thank you for taking the tile. what do you make of what you're hearing, seeing right now? >> well looks like we're coming to a conclusion. whether they get him alive or dead it looks like it is over for him. neil: preferable to get him alive, right. >> of course it is preferable to get him alive because you will get answers or probably get a lot of the answers if you have him arrive -- alive. he will really have the choice over that. is he going to be taken or start a gunfight and kill himself. you don't have control over that. neil: what do you do in that kind of a case, you got a crazy. you got someone who obviously means harm, loaded for bear. it is obvious that the police and authorities are being cautious to approach him. they obviously have exchanged gunfire. >> they already killed some people. neil: right. we heard explosions. there is the fear, much as we've seen in other tear record attacks -- terror attacks he could have a dynamite vest.
, nearly seven times normal. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani is surprised we've avoided another terror attack until now. >> nobody could have possibly predicted that on september 12th, you know, 2001, that this would be you know, the first attack now. having said that, that is absolutely no solace to anyone who's lost an arm, a leg, a child, my goodness. it shouldn't happen. we should be able to prevent it. >> i want to bring in former new york governor george pataki, who served during and after 9/11. good morning. >> good morning, chris. >> are you surprised the mayor said we've been able to avoid another terror attack this long? >> i'm not really surprised. you just can't predict the future. you know that after september 11th, it's a new world and in the 21st century, there are going to be those incidents. we did have another attack. we had the attack on ft. hood, where way too many of our brave men and women in the military were murdered in what i believe was a terrorist incident, but this is different. this is public. it's truly tragic and our heart goes out obviously to all
as america's mayor as he's been called for all these years, rudy giuliani, former mayor of new york city, during the 9/11 attacks and former presidential candidate as well. mr. mayor, thank you so much for joining us. you know, i have to ask you about the bushes. there's a comment this morning from mrs. bush which is really kind of reminds me of eisenhower talking about vice president nixon, unfortunately, back in 1960. she said we've had enough bushes. you know, she's a candid woman, i'll tell you, what a mother to have, but i remember once asking her a question. i said you look pro-choice, and she said i'm not telling you what i am. this time she told us. what do you make of her comment that we've had enough bushes? >> i love her. i love her for a lot of reasons, not the least of which is when i ran for mayor in 1989 and i was an underdog she helped persuade president bush to come and do a fund-raiser for me and she's been my heroine ever since. she probably wants to spare her son from people who run for president and if they get elect what had they go through. from the history of the
it feels look to lead a city under attack. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani said we still don't know how much evidence was caught on camera. >> they have a lot of surveillance cameras in boston. more than new york. less than london. you have very much focused on event with the lives of people. professional cameras, amateur cameras. it may be that some person photographing their husband coming across the finish line might have caught something. the critical film might not get turned in for two, three days. the person may not know they have it. people should go about their lives. they should not let whatever form of terrorist this is, shouldn't let them win. this is what they're trying to do to us. they can't capture us. they can't overwhelm us. they can't destroy us. all they can do is frighten us and stop us from doing the things that make us a great country. >> amazing words from rudy giuliani there. the boston mayor, tom menino agreed with giuliani and said cameras will be key in tracking down the suspects. >>> coming up, when there's tragedy there are often everyday heroes.
you -- new york city mayor rudy giuliani. at four o'clock, face the nation from cbs. bob schieffer talks with michael mccaul and senator tom car burned, the ranking member of the senate homeland temerity -- homeland security community. -- committee. the rea errors begin at noon airs begin at noon eastern. listen to them all on c-span radio here in the washington d.c. area. nationwide on ex-im satellite radio, channel 119. download are free app for your smartphone or go online to cspanradio.org. >> she was very bright, she was very political, which is why she and lincoln got together in the first place. she was extremely well educated. she had all these things going for her, but she had suffered a series of tremendous emotional blows. three of her four children died. her four sons died, one in the white house, one shortly after her husband's assassination sitting next to her at the theater. the kinds of grief this woman was going through were amazing. we found out she was not crazy. mary todd was a very significant person, and i hope someday we get a better view of her, of the range
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